Samuel Anyanwu, a previous PDP candidate for governor in Imo, has criticized Governor Hope Uzodinma once more for the state’s high level of insecurity.
Anyanwu, a former senator for Imo East, charged that the new leader of the Progressive Governors Forum (PGF) was acting in “desperation” in the run-up to the November 11 election.
Anyanwu made the accusations at the Holy Trinity Anglican Church in the Ezinihitte Mbaise Local Government Area at the Diocese of Mbaise’s 11th Synod.
The PDP leader claimed that the purported conspiracy “has created an unsecured society” in order to “retain power at all costs.”
Anyanwu urged the clergy to warn legislators, charging that the current government was amassing wealth and using goons.
“No government can implement its policies if it does not base its ideals on morality. He urged religious leaders to speak out against electoral fraud and violence.
Collins Ughalaa, an adviser to Governor Uzodinma, claimed in a statement on Sunday that opposition leaders had used “insulting language and inflammatory comments.”
The Public Communications Advisor to the Governor declared that his principal “will never, ever, ever arm any group to go on a killing spree.”
The governor, he noted, “has nothing to gain from insecurity” and is instead focused on making “impressive marks on